Bite-sized Singapore rakes in over US$40 billion in trade surplus in 2011, an amazing amount for a country without any natural resources and a profound testament to the city-state's amazing ability to grow and develop at an unprecedented rate.
From the Singapore Travel Guide
09 August 2013
National Day is on 9 August and is a public holiday. Singaporeans celebrate the country's independence (9 August 1965) with a big parade, fireworks, and other festivities.
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